“Coaching is a relationship with a purpose, focused on facilitating change.” Bob Logan
What is Coaching?
The process of coming alongside a person or team to help them discover God’s agenda for their life and ministry, and then cooperating with the Holy Spirit to see that agenda become reality.
Coaching is not Counseling…
Coaching is not Consulting…
Coaching is not Mentoring…
What Makes Coaching Powerful?
Asking Closed vs Open-ended Questions in Coaching
Is this an effective strategy for you?
What makes this an effective strategy for you?
Is there more to be learned here?
How can you increase the learning in this experience?
It sounds like you’re stuck between those two choices – is that true?
What’s another choice besides the two in front of you?
Coaching Covenant Coaching is a relationship in which God works through the process to provide a leader with focus and traction in accomplishing a significant personal or ministry challenge.
Specific Objectives/Goals of the Coaching Recipient:
Coaching Relationship Length:
The coaching relationship will last (typically between six to twelve) months with the option of continuing or re-covenanting.
The coaching relationship will end if the leader establishes a pattern of not fulfilling commitments or if either party determines coaching is no longer necessary.
Leader: _____________________________ Date:_____________ Phone # for coaching calls: _____________
Coach:_______________________________ Date:_____________ Phone: _______________________
Coaching Fees: Billing starts with the first coaching session after the signing of the covenant.
The cost per month for a one-hour coaching session is $200.00.
Chose how you would like to pay:
Category for this Covenant:
_____ Professional Church Work
_____ Lay Church Leader
_____ Leadership Team
_____ New Church Start
_____ Recent Graduate
_____ Lay Church Member/Disciple
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